Quorn is an historic small town and railhead in the Flinders Ranges in the north of South Australia, 39 kilometres northeast of Port Augusta.   Its location in the Flinders Ranges and its old style charm has seen Quorn chosen as the setting for historic scenes in movies as diverse as Wolf Creek, Gallipoli, The Shiralee, The Sundowners, The Lighthorsemen, Sunday Too Far Away, The Last Ride and Robbery Under Arms. It is a charming, historic town worth exploring and the surrounding area tells the harsh story of trying to farm successfully on very marginal land on the edge of the desert.